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Helping young learners stay organized during a multi-day project doesn’t have to be a challenge. With a little planning and visualizing, you can easily create
Tidying and organizing your classroom shouldn’t be something that takes much of your teacher time. Your students share the space with you and they should
These five communication tools make it easier for you to consistently share student progress about math understanding with families. If you love using hands-on learning, multi-step projects, and work that students refer to multiple times throughout the unit so they can build on their learning and deepen their understanding, these tools are for you! Each tool is designed to keep parents in the loop with what their child is learning and how they are progressing in your workshop-style classroom.
One of the first things you’ll notice when you walk into my classroom is how much I adore using organizational tools from The Container Store.
At this point, we have no idea what school will look like come fall or exactly how we’ll need to tweak our routines and expectations
As you may know, problem solving task cards are one of my favorite learning tools for building students’ ability to solve complex word problems. Over
Communication overload is what a lot of teachers are feeling during their distance learning journey. The energy it takes to teach online is a totally
Originally posted: February 28, 2016 | Updated: February 20, 2020 About 60% of our second grade day is spent in small group instruction, and our
One of the most exciting parts of being a teacher is having the creative freedom to experiment with routines and procedures that work best for
There’s not always a need for fancy chairs or furniture to create flexible seating options in your classroom. In fact, you can arrange your existing